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File:DC_Phillott.jpg|thumb|Portrait in Felsted School c. 1906 Lieutenant-Colonel '''Douglas Craven Phillott''' (28 June 1869 - 11 September 1930[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/33663/page/7456/data.pdf London Gazette 21 November 1930. p. 7456]) was a British army officer who served in India and later as Consul in Persia. A scholar of Urdu, Persian language|Persian and Hindustani language|Hindustani, he published numerous translations of literary and historical works. He was also interested in falconry and wrote a translation of a Persian treatise on the subject. Phillott was the third son of Henry Rodney Phillott of the Indian army and Lilias Syme and was born in Cambridge.[https://staigfamily.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/lilias-staig1.pdf Genealogy] He went to school in Felsted School in Essex from 1874 to 1878 before received commission to the Indian army on January 14, 1880 and later trained at Sandhurst. He...
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